Our PTSA leadership team is made up of both parent and student leaders.
Find out more about us below!
parent & Student leadership
I am the mother of an 12th grader at BHS, a 10th grader at Salesian College Prep, and a college sophomore at Howard University. I have participated in many school and district committees and understand the challenges we face daily. I became PTSA president because of the “S” in our PTA. The student voice is so important in our district. Together, I look forward to assessing the needs of our high school community and creating tangible solutions.
I am a senior in CAS and the co-founder of a club called Power Through Voices that started 2 years ago. I have been a Girl Scout for 10+ years (contact me for cookies). I am very passionate about politics and the state of the world so I’m involved in programs like youth and government. I love to travel and try new foods.
I am the parent of 2 BHS 2021 graduates. I’ve been the PTSA’s president and treasurer and represented BHS on the LCAP Parent Advisory Committee for 3 years. I am continuing on the PTSA in hopes of putting my knowledge of BUSD and BHS to good use. My passions lie in having 504s be meaningful at BHS and getting more emotional health resources to BHS students.
Student Vice President
Position to be filled.
Monique is a public health professional committed to improving the emotional health of BHS students. She hopes to collaborate with caregivers, students and teachers to provide education and resources, and to reduce stigma around mental health and substance use in the high school community. The mother of a BHS alumni and a current senior, she has served for years on various school committees and is looking forward to working with the PTSA on this important topic.
Position to be filled.
equity & inclusion VP
Tatiana is known to many BUSD parents as the co-owner of Classroom Matters, and she's its learning differences specialist. In her advocacy for kids with learning differences, she helps families get support, services, and curriculum accommodations that promote student engagement. Given the depth of her experience and commitment to equity and inclusion, Tatiana is destined to put her stamp on this position’s role at Berkeley High.
I am the mother of a tenth grader at BHS. I once served on the LCAP Parent Advisory Committee. I feel it is important to help the public schools in the ways that I can to support students and hard working teachers. Serving as secretary of the PTSA has allowed me to get a sense of Berkeley High, its school activities, and the various needs of the school.